The CGIS Alh. Muhammad Babandede has dispatched an emergency passport intervention team to Georgia, to attend to the urgent needs of Nigerians in diaspora, Georgia Wing, who are currently facing serious challenges, passport related issues, ranging from lost & expired cases. This was made known by Ambassador Hussaini Coomassie, while addressing Nigerians in diaspora, at the 2017 NIDOE housing summit in Lisbon, Portugal.
The global peace, social justice & humanitarian ambassador assured that, the cgis is ever ready to send his officers to anywhere there is immigration related issues bothering Nigerians, both within and outside the country. In her remarks, Hon. Rita Orji, Chairman House Committee on Diaspora, extend her appreciation to President Muhammadu Buhari, who appointed such an articulated CG in the name of Muhammad Babandede, who has Nigeria at heart and also urge the CGI to do more by always attending to the needs of Nigerians in diaspora. The current chairman governing body of Nido Europe, Hon. Kenneth Gbandi, was full of joy on hearing the CGIS final decision, Amb. Coomassie added.